FlipSide Panel: PA Farm Show, Hibrewnation, Martin Luther King Jr., Kable House, FestivIce


Satoko Berg: We are planning on going to the Pennsylvania Farm Show. We have never been there and have no idea what to expect! But, I think the kids are going to enjoy it!


Vince Moley: Saturday night we’re looking forward to a nice dinner at one of my favorite restaurants in York, Blue Moon Cafe. Sunday looks like a great day for NFL football and R&R.



Susan Scofield: The hot ticket for Saturday is the Hibrewnation craft beer festival in Gettysburg – over 80 beers to try, plus Shane Speal’s Snake Oil Band. Yes please! Sunday, I’ll be getting my art fix at the Opening Reception for the “World Views” exhibit at the York Art Association from 2 to 4 p.m.


Jeff Gochoco: Friday, I’m checking out the Reggae group, Highgrade at the Waterway, 220 W. Philadelphia St. in York.


Rita Whitney: This weekend I’m skipping out of town to go to my nieces first birthday party. Ever the artist though I am crafting some hand made blocks that will be painted with her name on them! If I was in town though, I would be heading to the meditation workshop at Evolution Power Yoga in York.


Edquina Washington: For this entire weekend in January, I will be honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. At 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 17, I will be attending the Black Minister’s Associations MLK Image Award Luncheon at the Holiday Inn Conference Center. Sunday, Jan. 18 at 4 p.m., Mayor Bracey & Lincoln Charter School honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with the 2015 MLK America’s Sunday Supper: Where Do We Go From Here? with a free community meal and community conversation about living up to Dr. King’s dreams. Monday, Jan. 19, at 8 a.m., my family and I will be participating in Crispus Attucks Association’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. event, making it a day on and not a day off! Later on Monday evening, at 7 p.m., I will be attending the Black Minister’s Association’s Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ceremony at Cornerstone Baptist Church.


Lyn Bergdoll: There is nothing more fabulous than the music of George and Ira Gershwin! Some of their most beloved songs are included in the musical “Nice Work If You Can Get It,” playing at the Hershey Theatre this weekend. This brand new musical features a song-and-dance extravaganza, and I cannot wait to see it!Gershwin hits in the show include “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off,” “Someone to Watch Over Me” and “Fascinating Rhythm”. With this kind of Broadway Magic, who could ask for anything more!


Robert Godfrey: This weekend, we are going for some music at Kable House Presents Arc Iris and special guest Anthony D’Amato.  They are performing inside Central Market on Friday, Jan. 16 at 8 p.m. and tickets are only $12 at www.kablehousepresents.com.  There are links to each performers music that you can listen to online to sample their music style.  Mudhook Brewing Company will have their craft beer for sale and Allegro wines during the performance.  Saturday, we are planning dinner with our neighbors and a trip to Refindings on Sunday because you just never know what you might find there.


Mary Yeaple: This weekend, I am checking out the new event that York Revolution is hosting: FestivIce sounds like fun, and it also benefits Special Olympics, a charity that is near and dear to my heart. On Tuesday evening (Jan. 20), I’m heading over to Annie Bailey’s Irish Pub in downtown Lancaster, for a fundraiser for Hooley School of Irish Dance’s scholarship fund. Food and drink and Irish dancing … What’s not to love?


Raquel Lilly: This weekend the Lilly’s will be celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his life’s work. On Saturday, January 17, 2015 we will be visiting the Smithsonian museums and the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial site. On Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015 the entire family will go to Franks Theaters to see the movie “Selma.” Our culminating event will be on Monday, January 19, 2015. Our family will be volunteering in Baltimore, MD with my grandmother Hattie, who experienced the Civil Rights era first hand; by participating in a block clean up in her neighborhood of Woodlawn.

About Ashley May

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